The temperatures are getting colder here in Zone 5. Some of my plants seem to be enjoying the cooler weather on my basement grow rack. I thought I would post some photos of plants that I think are looking pretty good right now. You’ll also notice some new additions.
Pinguicula agnata ‘El Lobo’ – new addition, love the color.
Stylidium debile – debates continue on whether this plant is carnivorous or protocarnivorous. Grown for its pretty flower. Commonly known as the “frail trigger plant.”
Nepenthes burkei x hamata – bonus points if you can locate the spider!
Nepenthes eymae x trusmadiensis – love the “candy-striped” peristome.
Nepenthes ‘Helen’ x spectabilis – my first successfully germinated Nepenthes seeds
Nepenthes ventricosa-squat x [ventricosa x (lowii x ventricosa)] – new addition, I just love the look of the pitcher.
Drosera aliciae – repotted this one after the crown divided and formed a new plant.
Drosera burmannii – my 2nd variety of this species. My other variety is pure green; this one is developing a nice pale pink/red coloration.
Drosera burmannii – here is the antho-free green form for comparison.
Drosera graomogolensis – One of my favorite sundews.
Drosera sessilifolia – resembles D. burmannii but with shorter petioles and a more compact appearance.
Thanks for taking a look! Feel free to leave me a comment and let me know what you think.